The landfill, convenience/recycling centers located in the county shall be operated according to the rules and regulations providing standards for solid waste disposal adopted by the State Commission for Health Services, bulletin no. 411. The operational requirements for a landfill, convenience/recycling centers as outlined in the state administrative code, as amended from time to time, are made a part of this chapter by reference. For clarification the list of acceptable items at the convenience/recycling centers is synonymous with the landfill (§ 50.24) except that white goods and tires must be transported directly to the landfill.
   (A)   The solid waste facilities are operated as authorized by the Board of Commissioners under the supervision of the Environmental Services Director, or his designee.
   (B)   Solid waste facilities shall be open on such schedule as may be established by the Board of Commissioners. Facilities will be open to the public only when a county employee or agent is on duty and the gate is open.
   (C)   All solid waste shall be deposited inside the designated areas or in containers as prescribed by the attendant personnel.
   (D)   No person may remove any item from a convenience center container, climb on or into a designated container, or willfully damage a container.
   (E)   Vehicles shall observe the posted speed limits or adhere to 5 m.p.h. in the absence of such. They shall follow all other directional signs as well.
   (F)   Solid waste shall be observed and inspected for prohibited materials. Persons delivering solid waste to the county solid waste facilities shall upon request, disclose the full nature, content, and source of all materials delivered. All solid waste delivered to the county solid waste facilities must be separated into various categories and disposed of in the appropriate area. Vehicles arriving with mixed loads will be instructed on the proper disposal area(s). Solid waste will be accepted only in the appropriate disposal area. Persons disposing of unacceptable materials may be required to remove such materials at the discretion of the Director. All costs incurred by the county for the removal of prohibited material shall be recoverable from the person disposing and the person or persons generating such material.
   (G)   Solid waste shall be disposed of at these facilities in a manner as prescribed by the Director or his designee. It shall be the responsibility of persons generating solid waste to insure that it is disposed of in accordance with the requirements of this chapter.
(Ord. passed 8-7-95; Am. Ord. passed 10-18-04; Am. Ord. passed 12-15-14)  Penalty, see § 50.99